Japan’s New Weather Satellite

Japan’s New Weather Satellite

Captures an Image of Earth Every 10 Minutes, well worth a look!

The New York Times

NOAA and NASA aim to launch a similar advanced weather satellite, GOES-R, next March. The satellite will hover over either the eastern Pacific or the Caribbean and will track weather systems moving toward the United States.


Author: Mick Talbot

Besotted with nature in all its wondrous formats.

2 thoughts on “Japan’s New Weather Satellite”

    1. It got my attention for 2 reasons; the first being the quality of the images, and secondly, (Hold your breath), it proves beyond doubt that the planet is a globe. Oh yes there are doubters, even amongst so called academics. I hasten to add I am not a believer, here is a link to one of their sites.

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